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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1953)
7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
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VIRGINIA HOEYE '
STATE OF OREGON,
business operated front your own
county of Linn
WANTED Piano students, with les FOR SALE -Large house. Little work
home. Be independent. Work for
at 320 N.E. Alder
sons given in their homes. $1 per
yourself, man or woman. A new it
reasonable offer refused. Cash or
Notice is hereby given that at the
lesson. Contact Pauline Schiewek,
em. First time offered. Start in
terms. Call 462, Detroit.
44p school district bond election hereby
Rte 1, Box 36, Lyons. Phone 126. 40p
spare time, if satisfied then work
called to be held at Mill City School,
full time. Refilling and collecting
EXPERT AUTO and home radio FOR SALE—Nine-room house. Close in and for school district No. 129-J ot
in. Come and see it. $4000.—Earl Linn and Manon Counties, Oiegon, on
service. 20 years experience, all
money from our machines in this
Hartman, Mill City, Oregon.
40p the 13th day of October, A. D. 1953,
make« Guaranteed service.
area. No selling! To qualify for
Stiffler’s Radio and Appliance.
work you must have a car, refer
ence, $400 cash to secure territory
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING Ma FOR SALE—Two-bedroom house and and b o’clock p. m. there will be sub
and inventory. Devoting 8 hours a
mitted to the legal voters thereof the
chines. We sell, rent, repair and
4 lots. $4000 including quite a lot
week to business your end on per
swap all makes. Trade your old
question of contracting a bonded in
of furniture. Terms.
centages of collection* could net up
machine towards a new one.
debtedness of the sum of $16u,lHM).VO
Glen Shelton, Salesman for the purpose of providing funds to $250 monthly with very good pos
ROEN. 456 Court St.. Salem.
with which to construct an addition
C. E. Coville, Broker
TAILORED SUITS—$55 and up, im
come increasing accordingly. If ap
Ph. 2207 upon, to improve, to repair, to equip,
ported and domestic woolens. Al West side Mill City
ashes, trimmings, etc.
plicant can qualify financial assis
and to furnish school buildings, and
terations, cleaning and pressing.
tance will be given by Co. for ex
$1.50 per month
SUNDIN THE TAILOR, 196 S.
pansion to full time position and
ed therewith, in and for said school
Also light hauling.
$5,000 a year potential. Include
phone in application. Box No. 348, Leonard Herman
FUR’UTURE REBUILT and Uphol-. FOR SALE—Young Jersey cow, dou
The vote to be by ballot upon which
ble tested, gentle. Very rich milk. shall be the words “Bonds—Yes” and
Mill City, Ore.
stered, latest fabrics and plastics
Call 4884 for estimates.
“Bonds—No”; and the voter shall
fresh with 2nd calf. Dec. 28. Is
place a cross (X) between the word
milking now. Price $150.—See Geo. “Bonds” and the word (Yes) or be
Cree, Mill City. Tele. 924.
tween the word “Bonds” and the
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Lost and Found
word (No) which indicates his choice.
LOST—On highway between Sisters
The polls for the reception of the
and Mill City, a 900X20 truck wheel FOR SALE —Large Speed Queen ballots cast for or against the con
and tire. Will finder please con
mangle. $100 or will trade for elec
tact Clayton Baltimore. Reward.
tric sewing machine.—Mrs. John D. said day and date and at the place
Mill Gity, Ore. Box 195.
Taylor, Box 465. Mill City.
42p aforesaid, be opened at the hour of
2 o’clock p. m. Standard time and re
chrome main open until the hour of 8 o’clock
dinette set and Montgomery Ward p. m. Standard time of the same day,
WOMEN—Housewives wanted. Ad- I refrigerator, 2 wood ranges. J. O. when the same shall be closed.
Herron, Mill City.
This notice is given by publication
dress advertising postcards. Must
in The Mill City Enterprise, the news
have good handwriting. Write Na
paper published in said district for
tional Engraving, Watertown, Mass.
two consecutive issues thereof; the
date of the first publication thereof is
NOTICE OF THE SALE OF REAL1 September 24, 1963 and date of the
second and last publication thereof
is October 1, 1953, pursuant to the
FOR RENT—D-8 Caterpillar with IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE provisions of Section 111-1701 O. C.
Clearing Blade. W. S. Remine.
COUNTY OF MARION PROBATE L. A. as amended by Chapter 288
Oregon Laws, 1949.
By order of the district school
FOR SALE—Cheap for cash, or will In the Matter of the Estate of A. D.
board of school district No. 129-J of
sell on terms. Almost new large
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Linn and Marion Counties, Oregon,
Frigidaire electric range. $15 down,
$15 a month. Westinghouse refri That, A. Gwyn Gates, as executor of made this 24th day of September, A.
gerator, $10 down, and $10 a mo.— the estate of A. D. Scott, deceased, by D. 1953.
R. F. Kelly,
See Geo. Cree, Tele. 924, Mill City. viitue of an order duly issued out of
Chairman, District School Board
40p the above entitled Court and cause on
the 28th day of July, 1953, will sell at Attest: Edna F. Ross
W anted TO BUY — Clean peeled a private sale, at the law office of
Douglas fir poles, delivered to Bell and Devers, in Stayton, Oregon,
Lyons yard. For further informa to the highest bidder on the 10th day
EASY ON CLOTHES!...
tion call or write Allen Gould. 1424
First for Features I
Fowler’s drying cylinder is lined
Filbert Ave., Lebanon, phone 5743,
Puget Timber Co. of Oregon. 24tf
all of the right, title, Interest and es
Single Diol Haot Control,
to keep clothes clean and safe from
NEED A TELEPHONE? — Stop in tate which the above named deceased Men’s RUBBER SOLEI)
Stops dryer when clothes
and see the new Lech combination has in and to the following described
reach desired degree of dry
Porcelain-coated baffles carefully
desk or wall phone, also used real property, to-wit:
phones from $10.00 up. Telephone
raise and lower clothes
and Hearing Aid batteries stocked.
Cylinder, fosy on clothes.
through fresh, warm air to dry
corner of Lot One (1), Block
Stiffler's Radio and Appliance.
Kight (8), Mary A. Gates Addi
them fluffy-fresh for you.
Safe, “Bloch Heat" llomont.
SHOE GREASE and OIL
tion to the Town of Gatesville,
FOR SALE—Country dressed rabbits
For gentle, efficient, economical
Marion County, Oregon, (See-
at 60c per lb., at the Gates Feed
Be prepared for the rainy
clothes drying, there's none to
Volume 3, Page 46, Record of
compare with an automatic Fowler.
Town Plats for said County and
CHILD CARE—After October 2nd, I
State), and running thence North
will be available for baby sitting
Blower for out
along the East line of said Block
through the day or, of evenings.—
Rubber Boot Retreads
Eight (8) 150 feet; thence Wes-
Mrs. George Cree. Tele. 924. West
terly along the North line of
of Mill City, on highway. Linn Co.
Block Eight (8), 76 feet, more
or less, to the creek; thence in a
Southerly direction following the
FOR SALE—One white faced bull and
meandering of the creek to a
R E I* AIRING
one saddle horse.—Elmer Klutke,
point 150 feet South of the North
Rte. 1, Lyons, Ore.
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line of said Block; thence East
to the place of beginning and be
ing situated in Section 27, Town
ship 9 South, Range 3 East of the
Willamette Meridian, Marion
YOUR MARSHALL WELLS STORE
Said sale will be made subject to Phone 1826
Mill City, Oregon
the confirmation of the above entitled
Court and each bid must be accom
panied by 10 per cent of the total
amount of the bid, either by certified
check or cash, any and all bids may
be rejected by the executor.
Dated this 26th day of August, 1953.
(s) A. Gwyn Gates,
Date of first publication: September,
| 3, 1953.
Date of last publication: October 1,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1953
Ten cents per line each insertion.
No advertisement accepted for less
than 50 cents per week.
Count five words to the line in
ordering your ad. Phone 2651, Mill
City or mail your advertisement to
The Mill City Enterprise, Mill City,
Church bazaars, suppers, bake sales,
etc. will be run under “Special An
nouncements” classification with a
minimum charge of 50 cents per in
Card of Thanks—Minimum rate of
FOR RENT—Small house, has lights
and city water. $12 a month. Ban
tam roosters, 50c and $1. See Geo.
Cree, or telephone 924.
FOR RENT—Furnished one-bedroom
apartments. Stewart’s Apartments.
Phone 4407, Mill City.
FOR RENT — Cabins by week or
month for light housekeeping. Mill
FOR REN T—Furnished two and
three room apartments. Phone 1707,
D. B. Hill, Mill City.
We go all out to please everybody
SERVICE STATION &
Phone 903 —
TIRES and BATTERIES
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Mill City Enterprise
FOWLER ^^LCtOTHff DRYER
ask for demonstration
USE yDUR BRAKES AND
GIVE OUR KIDS A BREAK
Chuck's Shoe Shop
Hilltop General Store
Large New Shipment of
Kelly Lumber Sales
Authorized Shopsmith Dealer
East City Limits, Highway 222
From where I sit...
One for the Books!
Noticed the Missus had a red
ribbon tied around her finger at
breakfast one morning last week.
“What’s that for?" I asked.
“Your memory slipping?"
“It’s not for me,” she answers,
“it’s to remind you, and every
body else who asks what it’s for,
to contribute to the Woman’s
Club Library Fund. We need
>200 and we figured we’d get
more help if we could get people
to ask us about it."
Well, as it turned out, the red
ribbon worked just fine. The
ladies are having the library all
fixed up — and there’s enough
money for some new books, too.
From where I sit. it would be
a fine thing if we had some sort
of private reminder when we for
get the rights of our neighbors.
Like when we start telling them
what ire think is best. I may like
a travel book and a temperate
glass of beer while you prefer a
cup of tea with your historical
novel. Let’» both remember not
to "put the finger” on the other!
STATEMENT REQUIRED BY THE
ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS
AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF
MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY 2,
1946(Title 39, United States Code,
Section 233) SHOWING THE OW
NERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, ANDI
The Mill City Enterprise, published j
weekly at Mill City, Oregon, for Octo-1
ber 1, 1953.
The name and address of the pub-1
lisher, editor, managing editor, and
business manager is: D. W. Moffatt,
Mill City, Oregon.
The known bondholders, mortgagees
and other security holders owning or
holding 1 percent or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgages, or other
securities are: Charles Wolverton,
The average number of copies of
each issue of this publication sold or
distributed, through the mails or oth
erwise, to paid subscribers during the
112 mbnths preceding the date shown
I above was 650.
D, W. Moffatt,
Editor and Publisher.
Sworn to and subscribed before
this 30th day of September, 1953.
D. B. Hill. Jr.
My commission expires 4-10, 1953.
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Lumberjack—24 ounce bottle
Toilet Tissue , c A
2 lb. loaf
4 rolls 35c
Deschutes Potatoes - - - 10 lbs. 39e
Open Daily 8:00 A. M. to 7:00 P. M
Enterprise Class Ads Pay
Br evert Ft
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Closed Sundays and Holidays
HILL TOP MARKET
Mill City, Oregon